Popular Holiday Destinations in Pembrokeshire

Popular Destinations

Pembrokeshire's landscape is full of different terrains - there's the coves and caves worn into the cliff faces, the climbs to the top of the Preseli Hills, and the gentle countryside walks for those who just want to drift away with their thoughts. We've separated the county into four areas, so you can find the towns near where you're staying, and can explore what this beautiful county has to offer.

North Pembrokeshire

  • - Aberbach Bay
    Aberbach Bay, Dinas Cross, is one of the least visited little coves on the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coastline. Le... find out more »
  • - Aberfforest
    Aberfforest is a very special bay along the beautiful Pembrokeshire coastline, pitted with tiny sandy coves and ... find out more »
  • - Aberporth
    Aberporth is a scenic coastal village which sits on the edge of Cardigan Bay. With its golden ‘Blue Flag’ be... find out more »
  • - Brynberian
    Situated in the heart of the Northern Pembrokeshire, Brynberian is a small hamlet nestled in amongst the wonderf... find out more »
  • - Brynhenllan
    Brynhenllan is a little hamlet, rich in wildlife, set just outside of Dinas Cross. A short walk will bring you t... find out more »
  • - Cardigan
    Cardigan is a historic and beautifully rural, County market town which offers a range of lovely shops, restauran... find out more »
  • - Ceibwr Bay
    Ceibwr is an attractive little bay, totally undeveloped and is the haunt of shy seabirds and Grey Atlantic seals... find out more »
  • - Cwm Yr Eglwys
    Cwm Yr Eglwys’s and it’s scenic sandy cove makes for a firm favourite with those ‘in the know'. This wonde... find out more »
  • - Cwmtydu
    Cwmtydu, part of the Ceredigion Heritage Coast, is a secluded cove with a predominantly shingle beach. Located b... find out more »
  • - Dinas
    Dinas is a thriving village under a mile from the sea and well served with shops, inns and a petrol station. In ... find out more »
  • - Fishguard
    Fishguard (Fish Town), previously a Viking settlement, is small and friendly coastal town, which comes to life o... find out more »
  • - Gwbert On Sea

    Gwbert is a small cliff-top coastal hamlet in Y Ferwig community, Ceredigion.

    It lies at the most southerly coastal point of Ceredigion, on t... find out more »

  • - Llechryd
    A small village approximately three miles from the market town of Cardigan, Llechryd was once important for the ... find out more »
  • - Moylegrove
    Moylegrove is a small village situated about 4 miles outside of Cardigan. The placename ‘Moylegrove' means ‘... find out more »
  • - Nevern
    Nevern is a particular favourite with locals and visitors alike. It’s dramatic coastline gently gives way to a... find out more »
  • - Newcastle Emlyn
    Newcastle Emlyn is a market town situated alongside the River Teifi, in the county of Carmarthenshire. This litt... find out more »
  • - Newport
    Nature has given Newport a spectacular setting- sea, castle, golden sands and the towering Carn Ingli (‘Angel'... find out more »
  • - Poppit Sands
    Poppit is a small, dispersed settlement which lies on the southern side of the e... find out more »
  • - Pwllgwaelod
    Pwllgwaelod is just 1/2 mile from both Dinas and Cwm yr Eglwys, yet is a sanctuary of its very own. Relaxing com... find out more »
  • - Rosebush
    Rosebush is a small village in Maenclochog community. It lies in the southern slopes of the Preseli Hills, about 1 mile North West of the village of M... find out more »
  • - St Dogmaels
    St Dogmaels is the first village, in the North, that you’ll arrive at in Pembrokeshire and hosts the start of ... find out more »
  • - Tresaith
    Tresaith is a sandy bay, located between Aberporth and Llangrannog. This small area is part of the Ceredigion He... find out more »

North West Pembrokeshire

  • - Abercastle
    Abercastle has always been a much loved place with the locals and visitors alike. The coastal hamlet is set with... find out more »
  • - Abereiddy
    With it’s 'blue' beach, dramatic cliffs, pretty colour-washed cottages and the striking blue lagoon - once a s... find out more »
  • - Abermawr

    Abermawr, the birthplace of the popular Llangloffan cheeses, is set within Tregwynt Manor Est... find out more »

  • - Croesgoch
    Croesgoch itself is a small village with a pub, and the home and art gallery of the world renowned artist –Joh... find out more »
  • - Goodwick
    Goodwick is a coastal town set just outside the village of Fishguard. Once a small fishing village in the parish... find out more »
  • - Llanrhian
    Llanrhian is a small village near the coast, south of Porthgain village. This village is located near to some of... find out more »
  • - Llanwnda
    Llanwnda is a rural hamlet and historical parish to the north of Pembrokeshire and is part of the small communit... find out more »
  • - Mathry
    Mathry is a friendly and picturesque village with outstanding views of both the Pembrokeshire coast and the Pres... find out more »
  • - Porthgain
    Porthgain is a thriving, if tiny, coastal village, made up mostly of a community of fishermen, an artist's galle... find out more »
  • - Square and Compass
    Square and Compass is a little village situated between the bustling harbour town of Fishguard and the tiny City... find out more »
  • - St Davids
    The city of St Davids is, in reality, an attractive village on the most westerly peninsula of mainland Britain a... find out more »
  • - Strumble Head
    Strumble Head's dramatic cliffs, smugglers bays and Iron Age forts have inspired artis... find out more »
  • - Trefin
    Trefin is an attractive little village perched on the cliff tops between the bays of Aberfelin and Abercastle.&n... find out more »
  • - Trelerw
    Trelerw is a small hamlet on the outskirts of the City of St Davids, with its many pub restaurants, unique shops... find out more »
  • - Whitesands
    Whitesands Bay proudly flies the European Blue Flag and the wide expanse of fine white sand curving towards the ... find out more »

West Pembrokeshire

  • - Broad Haven
    Broad Haven boasts a marvellous beach which has been a favourite with bathers since the early 1800’s. Shielded... find out more »
  • - Burton
    Burton is a small hillside village which boasts superb views over the Cleddau river. The East & West Cleddau, kno... find out more »
  • - Camrose
    The small village of Camrose is set amongst beautiful countryside with miles of off-road walking on your doorstep. This peaceful area abounds in qu... find out more »
  • - Dale
    Dale is an unspoilt and eyecatching area and along with it’s pebble beach (with some sand), it attracts a number of visitors throughout the yea... find out more »
  • - Haverfordwest
    The historic town of Haverfordwest, set on the river Cleddau and once a thriving port, is wel... find out more »
  • - Hayscastle
    Hayscastle is a little hamlet set amongst beautiful countryside with wonderful on and off road walks on your doo... find out more »
  • - Herbrandston
    Herbrandston is a coastal village on the north side of the Cleddau river. ... find out more »
  • - Little Haven
    The tiny and picturesque cove of Little Haven is a bustling villag... find out more »
  • - Llandeloy
  • - Llangwm
    Llangwm is pretty little village, made up primarily of quaint fishermen’s’ cottages. The village is sat within Pembrokeshire’s stunning Natio... find out more »
  • - Llanstadwell
    Llanstadwell is a small and picturesque village that dates back to the 12th Century. The village is set along th... find out more »
  • - Lochvane
    Lochvane is a small hamlet situated inland from the stunning Pembrokeshire Coastline. The pretty hamlet is a perfect retreat for a relaxed g... find out more »
  • - Marloes
    Marloes village with its remarkable clock tower, 13th Century church and pretty cottages, is located in the gorg... find out more »
  • - Milford Haven
    Milford Haven is situated on the north side of the Milford Haven Waterway, an estuary forming one of the World's... find out more »
  • - Newgale
    Newgale has everything you would expect of a beach with miles of wide golden sand, surf-bound waves and amazing ... find out more »
  • - Neyland
    Neyland, situated along the Milford Haven Waterway, was once a bustling rail town with houses, shops and eaterie... find out more »
  • - Nolton
    Nolton is a pretty coastal village and cove, situated in-between the breathtaking Newgale beach and the beautifu... find out more »
  • - Pelcomb Cross
    Pelcomb Cross is a lovely rural hamlet, just 3 miles or so from the County town of Haverfordwest, which is has a brilliant farmer’s market and is... find out more »
  • - Pen Y Cwm
    Pen Y Cwm is a small hamlet set between the villages of Newgale and Solva. It's conveniently l... find out more »
  • - Roch
    Roch is a small village which is sat just under two miles inland from Newgale. It is a well-equipped little area... find out more »
  • - Sandy Haven
    Sandy Haven is a picturesque wide creek, situated between Milford Haven and Dale, with the estuary positioned at the bottom of this valley, it's an... find out more »
  • - Sardis
    Sardis is a small rural hamlet, conveniently situated for exploring both South and West Pembrokeshire, a short drive takes you to some of our most ... find out more »
  • - Solva
    Situated within the outstanding Pembrokeshire National Park, Solva is one of the prettiest villages in Wales wit... find out more »
  • - Spittal
    The village of Spittal is situated in the heart of Pembrokeshire and lies between Haverfordwe... find out more »
  • - St Anns Head
    St Ann’s Head is a small hamlet complete with a working lighthouse. Set on the clifftop, along the Dale Peninsula section of the Pembrokeshi... find out more »
  • - St Brides
    St Brides is a small coastal village situated along the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path. There is a small sheltered cove, which at low tide reveals it... find out more »
  • - St Ishmaels
    St Ishmaels is a pretty village located between the estuary town of Milford Haven and the seaside village of Dal... find out more »
  • - Talbenny
    Talbenny is a quiet little hamlet set just over 1 mile from the picturesque cove of Little Haven and 4 miles fro... find out more »
  • - Trecwn
    Trecwn is a small village situated between Fishguard and Letterston, in the heart of the Pembrokeshire countrysi... find out more »
  • - Treffgarne
    Treffgarne is a small rural village, which is situated about 4.5 miles from the County town of Haverfordwest- wh... find out more »
  • - Wolfs Castle
    Wolfs Castle is a little village situated in the heart of a fairly undiscovered part of Pembrokeshire. This rura... find out more »

South Pembrokeshire

  • - Amroth
    Amroth is a tiny, welcoming village strewn along the seafront. Only 7 miles east of Tenby on the southern tip of... find out more »
  • - Angle
    Angle is a pretty and peaceful little village with a long sea-faring tradition. It is situated at the top of the... find out more »
  • - Begelly
    Begelly is an undeviating village that stretches out just off the A478 and is home to the well-known and fabulou... find out more »
  • - Bosherston
    Bosherston is a small hamlet, with a beautiful tower church.  It is situated slightly south of Pembroke and... find out more »
  • - Carew
    Located on the Carew river, four miles east of Pembroke, and just over six miles from Tenby, sits the little vil... find out more »
  • - Carew Newton

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  • - Carmarthen
    Carmarthenshire truly has one of the most diverse landscapes in Wales. Follow the scenic route of rivers and vis... find out more »
  • - Castlemartin
    A wonderful area steeped in military history, with spectacular cliffs and stacks featuring the Green Bridge of W... find out more »
  • - Cosheston
    Cosheston is a quiet and rural little village, situated on an inlet of the Daugleddau estuary, 3 km north-east o... find out more »
  • - East Williamston
    East Williamston is a picturesque and quiet little village, with great community spirit. It is situated just fou... find out more »
  • - Freshwater East
    Freshwater East is a wide, sweeping crescent of sand and shingle backed by dunes and grassy headlands. Popular w... find out more »
  • - Hundleton
    Hundleton is a small community village just outside the historic town of Pembroke. It is only a short drive to a... find out more »
  • - Jameston
    Jameston is located in the heart of Britain’s only Coastal National Park. It has a selection of beautiful beac... find out more »
  • - Lamphey
    Lamphey is a small and peaceful village that is set in between both the striking sandy beach village of Freshwat... find out more »
  • - Landshipping
    Landshipping, derived from the words ‘Long Shippen’, meaning ‘long cow shed’ is a sleepy and rural hamle... find out more »
  • - Laugharne
    Its once famous resident, the Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, put the village of Laugharne on the map - a "legendary la... find out more »
  • - Lawrenny
    The quaint village of Lawrenny is rich in history. In the past Lawrenny was famous for its oysters. It later bec... find out more »
  • - Llanmill
    Llanmill is a very quaint hamlet which is situated just outside the town of Narberth. Just a short drive to the ... find out more »
  • - Llansteffan
    Llansteffan is a little village based on the outskirts of Carmarthen. The village has a castle which was built b... find out more »
  • - Ludchurch
    With a long history of limestone quarrying, Ludchurch is a small rural village situated just a short drive away ... find out more »
  • - Lydstep
    Lydstep is a tiny, picturesque village on a beautiful stretch of coastline, just over 3 miles from the popular a... find out more »
  • - Manorbier
    The seaside village of Manorbier straddles a deep valley and is dominated by a magnificent Norman castle which i... find out more »
  • - Martletwy
    Martletwy is a quiet and very rural hamlet, most notable for its fantastic Cwm Deri Vineyard.
  • - Narberth
    Narberth is situated in the heart of a beautiful and historic part of east Pembrokeshire known as the Landsker B... find out more »
  • - Pembroke
    Historic Pembroke, its wonderful riverside location and its stunning Castle are all set at the very heart of Sou... find out more »
  • - Penally
    Penally is a pretty coastal village less than 1 mile outside of the picturesque harbour town of Tenby. This area... find out more »
  • - Reynalton
    Reynalton is a rural village located between Cresselly, Yerbeston, Begelly and Kilgetty. Situated just a short d... find out more »
  • - Sageston
    Sageston is a little village adjoining Carew and is just a short walk to Carew Castle and the popular Carew Inn.... find out more »
  • - Saundersfoot
    A picture postcard village brimming with natural seaside beauty, bustling independent shops and pub restaurants.... find out more »
  • - St Florence
    St Florence is a charming village and a past winner of the prestigious Wales In Bloom Award. Laced with pretty c... find out more »
  • - Stackpole
    Stackpole is a pretty little village situated just 4 miles south of Pembroke and sat in-between Freshwater East ... find out more »
  • - Stepaside
    Stepaside has an interesting story as to how it got its name. During the Civil War when Cromwell was marching his army to Pembroke Castle, he ordered... find out more »
  • - Tenby

    The picturesque walled town of Tenby is the perfect location for your next holiday in Pembrokeshire! With four beautiful beaches which can rival an... find out more »

  • - Wisemans Bridge
    A small seaside hamlet nestled between Amroth and Saundersfoot, Wiseman’s Bridge is connected to the surroundi... find out more »

North Pembrokeshire

From New Quay to Fishguard; wild, rugged, and spectacular is how one would define this area.

With a multitude of little coves, caverns, and beautiful beaches to explore, the North is very popular with walkers and cyclists all year round and will never cease to amaze. Cardigan Bay is sure to delight with its resident population of bottle nose dolphins, porpoises, and grey seals, as well as some of Britain’s rarest birds and marine species. Boat trips can be enjoyed from the bustling market town of Cardigan.

Begin your walk at the very start of the Coastal Path at the wonderful Poppit Sands beach. Newport has it all; a spectacular setting, sea, castle, and mountain. Carn Ingli forms the back drop where the River Nevern meets the sea, enjoy the beautiful golden Newport sands beach while there is plenty to do with shops, restaurants, water sports and golf. Follow the coast round to the picturesque harbour town of Fishguard, which is the setting for a number of films and host to music and arts festivals as well as maritime and sailing events.


North West Pembrokeshire

The Wildlife Coast. The Northwest coast seems to attract the dolphins, seals, and the occasional whale! The Coastal Path here offers many a walker a magical time linking a number of picturesque fishing villages largely unchanged by time, with hidden inlets, sand and shingle beaches, and glistening rock pools just waiting to be explored - many approached via footpaths.

Many of the County’s finest activities can be experienced; Coasteering is a real thrill and a perfect way to get up close to the sea, The Blue Lagoon, made famous by the Red Bull Diving Championship, can be found in this section of coast as well as one of the best beaches in the world, Whitesands, which is popular with surfers - professionals and beginners alike. A trip to or around Ramsey Island should also not be missed while St. Davids, the smallest city in the country, has an abundance of fine restaurants and galleries as well as the stunning Cathedral and Bishop’s Palace.


West Pembrokeshire

The West starts in the picturesque harbour village of Solva, running round the coast through Newgale beach - reputedly the finest in the county and ideal for surfing - and on through the stunning bays and beaches; Broad Haven, with its long stretch of sand with level access making it popular with families, contrasting with the picturesque cove of Little Haven over the headland. Round the stunning St Ann’s Head and moving up the reaches of the Western Cleddau Estuary.

Some of Pembrokeshire’s most stunning beaches are here - the sheltered village of Dale makes it ideal for sailing enthusiasts; take a boat trip to Skomer Island to really appreciate the amazing bird life and see the Puffins when they return to breed. At the heart of this area lies the bustling market town of Haverfordwest and, in contrast to the coast, the rugged beauty of the Preseli Hills and rolling countryside.


South Pembrokeshire

The South is famous for its long sandy beaches starting on the south side of the estuary, travelling round Angle and the surrounding beaches; in fact the surfer’s beach of Freshwater West has been the setting for 2 blockbuster films - Harry Potter and Robin Hood. There are a wealth of seaside villages and towns to explore, many with colourful histories and majestic castle ruins including Manorbier and Pembroke. Tenby is the jewel in the crown, with a vibrant nightlife and social scene, closely followed by Saundersfoot, while Narberth inland has a growing reputation for its boutique shopping and restaurants.

For those that enjoy messing around on the water and a slower pace to life, the east side of the secret waterway teaming with birds and wildlife is a must, with its sleepy villages and local pubs. We have also spread across the border into Carmarthenshire - stop off at Laugharne the birth place of Dylan Thomas, Llansteffan on the estuary with its golden beach or, in contrast, escape to our stunning cottages at the foot of the Brechfa Forest which are perfect for walkers and cyclists.


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